Shoreline Dollars For Scholars Receives $5000 Donation From Carter Subaru

Friday, May 7, 2010

By Doug Palmer, President, Shoreline Chamber of Commerce

The Shoreline Dollars For Scholars program, the scholarship arm of the Shoreline Chamber of Commerce, received a $5000 donation from Carter Subaru for 2010. The Shoreline Dollars For Scholars will honor 11 high school recipients at a reception on May 19 at the Shoreline Center from 4 pm to 6 pm. The reception is free to the public and will feature a slide show presentation of the award winners, and a ceremony to honor the recipients and in attendance: several local elected officials, 

City of Shoreline administrators, administrators from Shoreline Community College, members of the Shoreline Chamber of Commerce Board and other city dignitaries, plus Carter Subaru will be honored for its donation along with Jerilee Mann, owner of CarePlus on Aurora who donated $1000 to DFS and her husband, Dan Mann of Tropical Tan Salons, who donated $500 as well. Chris and Donna Eggen will be honored for their $750 donation to the fund.

Members of the Dollars For Scholars Board, along with Todd Coleman, Service Manager, of Carter Subaru, who is a Shoreline Chamber of Commerce Board member, worked with Wade Carter, Sara Carter and Mary Carter, owners of Carter Subaru and Jennifer Moran, the General Sales Manager of Carter Subaru, and the parent company, Subaru of America, to arrange the donation.

Cindy Ryu, Shoreline Dollars For Scholars President, thanked Carter Subaru for the donation, “Carter Subaru is a vital member of the Shoreline community and their devotion to education and helping young people in the local area is well documented already. This donation continues that tradition of civic duty and means so much to the program and the individuals it benefits and allows our award winners to attend universities and colleges of their choice”.

The Shoreline Dollars For Scholars program has existed for 7 years and has given over 100 scholarships to deserving high school and college students from the local area to help support them in their academic pursuits in higher education.


Post a Comment

We encourage the thoughtful sharing of information and ideas. We expect comments to be civil and respectful, with no personal attacks or offensive language. We reserve the right to delete any comment.
Facebook: Shoreline Area News
Twitter: @ShorelineArea
Daily Email edition (don't forget to respond to the email)

  © Blogger template The Professional Template II by 2009

Back to TOP